“Features are for sissies,” says Tom Walsh, production designer for the TV series “Longmire.” “I think that’s what the T-Shirt should say, because television requires a combination of stamina and humor.”
This Tuesday, April 29, SFUAD’s annual publication, Glyph, will be unveiled. After 400 pages of submissions, the literary journal has been narrowed down to 41 pieces. Submissions of writing were sent in from multiple departments, and features a mix of wonderful poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction.
For the next two weekends, the dramatic story of Spring Awakening will grace the Greer Garson Theatre stage. Director Gail Springer has led a cast of more than 20 through months of rehearsals, which will soon culminate in five performances.
“There’s no better teacher than to do it,” says Film 4 Change Executive Director Rich Henrich, creator of the first CineVision Festival at The Screen, May 1-4. Henrich says the idea for CineVision sprang from the constant curiosity of students regarding how to create and run a film festival.
SFUAD students, faculty and eager Santa Feans packed into the Shellenberger Tennis Center on the back-side of campus April 18 to see the rock-funk-metal-jazz band, Living Colour as part of the university’s Artists for Positive Social Change.
By midnight the line already had wrapped around the building. My group was the second in line for the Game of Thrones Season 4 early premiere, beaten only by the eight or so people crazier than us who arrived at 10 a.m., waiting over 24 hours in line. We arrived at 8:30 p.m. that night and we thought we were crazy for getting there even that early. However, for those wanting to claim one of the sixty-some remaining coveted seats, arriving after about 4 or 5 a.m. was already too late.
You might have wondered the meaning of those colorful bracelets that have been appearing around campus. Those bracelets are part of the current Awareness Week. One of the organizers of this event is senior film student and Hall Director Jack Brinkley, whose idea to create this event came from his interest in making students more aware of safety, health and fitness issues.
“Don’t let her death be in vain” read the signs of family, friends and concerned citizens who rallied outside the First Judicial District Court April 11 to raise awareness for the fatal shooting of Jeanette Anaya by New Mexico State Police on Nov. 7, 2013.
Jackalope Magazine is the student magazine of Santa Fe University of Art and Design. Building on the interdisciplinary nature of our education, we aim to showcase the talent of our university and character of our city.